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CAIR Strong Arms Electrolux in Minnesota

July 26, 2010

July 22, 2010 - San Francisco, CA - PipeLineNews.org - The Council on American Islamic Relations [CAIR] an unindicted co-conspirator in America's largest terror financing prosecution [US vs. Holy Land Foundation] and an organization which Middle East historian Daniel Pipes has called "'moderate,' friends of terror," is once again engaging in a stealth jihad campaign, this time against the Electrolux plant located in St. Cloud, Minnesota.

A lawsuit was recently filed by two employees of the plant, alleging infringement of a claimed "religious right" to eat while on the production floor of the plant to break a Muslim fast.

Pushing the suit is the omnipresent CAIR, "CAIR-MN assisted Said with his EEOC complaint." [source, Minnesota Public Radio, http://minnesota.publicradio.org/display/web/2010/07/21/muslim-electrolux-complaints/]

The state is home to the largest population of Somali nationals living in the United States, a result of a State Department program intended to help legitimate political refugees.

In many cases the Somalis have refused to become acculturated to any real degree in their adopted country, having instead distinguished themselves in various labor disputes involving allegations of Islamophobia, invariably supported by American Islamist organizations and their attorneys.

The employees who brought the suit are so far unsatisfied with Electrolux's attempts at accommodation which seem to reasonably address the worker's concerns. No surprise there as CAIR's involvement is political in nature, intended to advance an agenda of making the United States more Shari'a compliant.

2010 PipeLineNews.org, Beila Rabinowitz. All rights reserved. .

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